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Following the successful ‘No!’ vote in June, the bargaining committee brought Emirates back to the table and provided your feedback on their current Proposal. When the ballot was returned on 26th June 2017, Emirates' current Proposal had been rejected by staff. Emirates agreed to come back to the table to…
A fourth meeting of the bargaining committee took place by teleconference on Wednesday, 21 June 2017 Report back from THAI Following staff voting down the Proposed Agreement twice, THAI came back to the table to hear about the outstanding issues. At a teleconference, the parties discussed the classification structure, the…
Emirates will roll the dice and put an inferior Agreement out to vote. Your Union and bargaining representatives met with Emirates on Wednesday, 7 June 2017 to talk through Emirates’ draft replacement Agreement. The low pay offer was not discussed further, however Emirates has been put on notice about significant…
Your ASU Bargaining Representatives met with MAB executives Sarah King and Nor Azuan Ismail on Tuesday 23 May 2017 to hear MAB’s latest response to your ASU log of claims. The MAB response is an improvement on their previous position but it still falls far short of members’ claims. Members…
Emirates, your union and bargaining representatives met last Tuesday for bargaining. Emirates have revised some of their pay offer but have rejected our proposal that would have ensured that staff received a minimum CPI increase to their salaries. This week Emirates responded to your union and bargaining representatives with another…
The voting process for the Singapore Airlines Collective Agreement 2017 has concluded. What was the result? There were a total of 246 ballots received. 207 in favour of the agreement, and 39 against the agreement. As a majority of employees voted in favour of the Agreement it must now be…
On the afternoon of 13 April 2017, (just prior to Good Friday, 14 April 2017) Singapore Airlines management released (via email to all staff), the draft Enterprise Agreement for the mandatory 7 day access period, in accordance with the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth). In keeping with Fair Work Act…
Yesterday, Emirates put a slightly revised proposal to Unions and bargaining representatives. The proposal that Emirates put forward is still designed to remove terms and conditions and offer nothing in return. The business is trying to scare people into accepting an inferior agreement by threatening shift workers. Emirates want you…
Throughout 2017 your Union has been involved in bargaining with Singapore Airlines management and the Enterprise Negotiation Team (‘the ENT’), for the new Enterprise Agreement. On 30 March 2017, Singapore Airlines management informed your Union and the ENT that it intends to put the Agreement out to a vote by…
As members would be aware, the ASU has been involved in bargaining with Singapore Airlines management and the Enterprise Negotiation Team (‘the ENT’), for the new Enterprise Agreement. The ASU has provided SIA with its log of claims, and advocated on behalf of its membership to maintain, or else improve,…